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Forks Over Knives

 Here is a trailer for a documentary that will be releasing any day now.  You can see where it will be playing in your location here.  I definitely plan on seeing this movie.  This couldn't have been coming out at a better time with my new and personal preferences with eating.

Here is a more in depth discussion about it on the Dr. Oz show.  Good stuff!


Unknown said…
I am anxiously awaiting the opening of this movie. I have been a vegetarian for the past 18 years, bordering on vegan and love that this lifestyle is becoming more 'mainstream' giving us much better access to replacement foods, great recipes, choices in restaurants that used to not cater to vegans, and support. I'm still kinda hoping that my food choices one day won't be viewed as a novelty or something to poke fun at...
Anonymous said…
Watching Forks Over Knives was life-changing for my husband and I. I never dreamed of eating a plant-based diet, never dreamed I'd not want to eat dairy and meat and eggs. Eating better makes me feel great that I'm getting much, much more nutrition from the food I eat. My fatigue and mental fog are gone, my headaches are gone, my joints don't ache. I have lost 21 pounds so far at the rate of about 1 to 2 pounds a week. I am enjoying making many new recipes and trying new foods. Our children are learning to enjoy better quality food, too! An image of what the inside of my arteries must look like keeps me going... I love the idea of reversing inflammation, preventing cancer and heart disease! I wish everyone knew what these researchers have discovered!

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